YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- Creating a forum where Yorktown residents can voice their concerns topped the agenda of the latest meeting of the Yorktown Town Board, according to ciyinfo.org .
Board members proposed creating a local law that would enable the town to organize a new committee called the Quality of Life Committee where residents could bring their concerns and complaints. A public hearing is set for July 5.
In other meeting news, board members:
Discussed the issue of problem geese at Mohegan Lake during the presentation of the annual stormwater report. Issue to be discussed further.
Members also discussed rezoning Front Street properties for development of six small residentially-zoned parcels.
- Amending definition of home occupations
- Provisions relating to private and parochial schools
- Provisions relating to helistops
- Insurance requirements for blasting permits
- Amending definitions in the litter law
Due to the primary election, there will be no Town Board meeting on June 28.
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